My Hero Academia Season 7 & Memories Recap Coming to Crunchyroll

    Multiple day-and-date releases.

    Crunchyroll announced that the My Hero Academia Season 7 and the My Hero Academia: Memories recap will both air on its streaming platform, alongside the Japanese premiere. 

    During Jump Festa 2024, TOHO Animation confirmed that My Hero Academia Season 7 will premiere on May 4. A four-episode recap special will precede the season premiere on April 6, catching fans up to speed. Following the anime’s panel at AnimeJapan 2024, Crunchyroll confirms these dates will be the same for the English premiere. 

    My Hero Academia Season 7 and Memories Premiere Dates Revealed

    My Hero Academia Season 7 will premiere on May 4 at 5:30 p.m. JST and air on Saturdays every week at the same time slot in Japan. In the west, new My Hero Academia Season 7 episodes will premiere at 2:30 a.m. PT on Crunchyroll. What’s more, My Hero Academia: Memories episodes will air on April 6, 13, 20 and 27 at 2:30 a.m. PT on Crunchyroll. All the new episodes and recap episodes will be available in North America, Central America, South America, Europe, Africa, Oceania, the Middle East and CIS. 

    My Hero Academia The Movie: You’re Next, the fourth movie in the franchise, will premiere on August 2 in Japan. Kohei Horikoshi serves as character designer and chief supervisor for the film, which follows an original story. BONES will animate the movie, and TOHO will distribute it in Japanese theaters.

    The sixth season of My Hero Academia began on October 1, 2022 and ran for two consecutive cours. Fans may stream My Hero Academia: Two Heroes and all six seasons of the My Hero Academia anime on Crunchyroll with English subs and dubs. The other two movies, My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising, and My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission, may be found on Hulu, Max, Amazon Prime Video, and other subscription services.

    Lastly, here’s an overview of My Hero Academia from Crunchyroll:

    Izuku has dreamt of being a hero all his life—a lofty goal for anyone, but especially challenging for a kid with no superpowers. That’s right, in a world where eighty percent of the population has some kind of super-powered “quirk,” Izuku was unlucky enough to be born completely normal. But that’s not enough to stop him from enrolling in one of the world’s most prestigious hero academies.

    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Managing Editor of Final Weapon and a Games Writer at Game Rant with four years of writing and editing experience. Raul is passionate about the Japanese gaming industry, and he's a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs, and fighting games. business email: [email protected]

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